The song "Set Fire to the Rain" by Adele gave me this idea. I hope you all like it!!!!
Alexis Hawk has been odd ever since the accident almost ten years ago that both took her parents away from her and gave her the power to manipulate fire. No one knows about her power except her two friends and her aunt. Then her aunt gets a job offer in Forks, Washington, and since there are no other good job offers, Alexis and her aunt both have to move to Forks, Washington. What happens when she meets Seth and he imprints on her? Would Seth accept that his imprint is extremely dangerous? And who are the mysterious people who seem to be stalking Alexis from the shadows?
Chapter 1: Moving Day (Alexis's POV)
I watched the rain pour down through my airplane window and I instantly felt horrible. Fire and water don't mix.
"Why are we going again?" I asked my Aunt Casity for the hundredth time.
"Recession, Lex. We have no choice. Plus this'll be a new beginning for you," she answered optimistically from behind a People magazine.
"I don't need a new beginning," I sneered.
"Yes, you do," Casity glared at me. "Do you want me to remind you when you set that girls backpack on fire in the middle of math class?" Oh, yeah, that.
"She deserved it!" I argued making a few people turn their heads in our direction. I waited until they turned back around to continue. "Besides, it was an accident! I never meant to set her backpack on fire! I was just so ticked off-!" I said remembering that day.
I sat down at my usual math seat and started to take out my books.
“Hey Alex!” my best friend Kathy said sitting next to me. Kathy was by far the most optimistic person on the planet. I’ve never seen her cry, even when she stepped on a nail in fourth grade. All she said was “Cool! Not many people can say they have a hole in their foot! Now I can!” Yeah, she’s a little weird, but my friends and I still love her anyway. And she knew what I was, and she accepted me, even though I was a monster.
“Hey Kathy. How’s live treatin’ ya lately?”
“Absolutely wonderful!” she replied. Typical Kathy. Then Janice walked in. She’s just like the popular cheerleader jerk in the movies only she wasn’t very popular, she wasn’t rich, and she wasn’t all that pretty. But she was, however, the biggest jerk I’ve ever met in my entire life. And she seems to find joy in picking on my other best friend Nancy. Nancy is a mathematical genius and is everything Janice ever wanted to be, pretty, smart, rich, and popular. But she’s also very soft inside and is very down on herself so it doesn’t take a lot to make her cry.
“Hey, freak show,” Janice sneered looking down on Nancy with her HUGE friends (who were on the wrestling team) standing behind her. Nancy shrunk down into her seat and looked at the floor. I was, unfortunately, on the other side of the room watching all of this go down. “What in the world are you wearing?” she sneered at her jeans and red t-shirt. “You’re starting to look like the red freak over there,” she said jerking her head in my direction while her goons laughed idiotically.
My side bangs that usually fell in my eyes were red, but I couldn’t control that! They were like that ever since the accident when I was six!
Nancy shrunk back further into her chair and her shoulders hunched in. I started to shake with rage as I watched them.
“Alexis,” Kathy warned. I saw red and Janice’s backpack caught on fire. I made sure it didn’t hurt her, but only scared her. Nancy looked at me with a sad expression on her face she also knew what I was. I looked down and sighed. Dang it! Why can’t I control my temper?
I ran my hand over my face and stared outside as we landed at Port Angeles with it still pouring rain. I sighed again and got up to get my stuff out of the overhead. It was going to be a long day.
Chapter 2: La Push Beach (Alexis POV)
“So? What do you think?” Casity said holding her arms wide with our new house behind her. It was two stories and HUGE, with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a living room, a spacious kitchen, and two offices.
“Not much to say but wow,” I said approvingly. Casity grinned and ran inside to look at the inside. I smiled and walked back to the car to get our luggage.
“Mommy! Daddy! Grandpa! Look, look!” said a little girl across the street pointing at me. She was looking at a young beautiful girl with brown hair and gold eyes and a bronze haired boy with gold eyes. The girl and the boy were obviously a couple. There was also a man in his early fifties with black hair brown eyes, and I thick mustache. I frowned at looked at them. There was no way the couple could be the little girl’s parents. She was six and they looked no older than eighteen. But there were similarities between the couple and the little girl.
I shook my head and walked to the house. It was none of my beeswax if they were the girl’s parents or not.
“Hi new person!” she yelled as she ran towards me. As she got closer I saw that she was just as beautiful as her parents with her bronze ringlets, and brown eyes. Huh, I guess that’s genetics for ya. The bronze haired man started to crack up with laughter. Ok-ay. Weird.
“Uh, hi,” I said smiling at the girl.
“Are you moving in here?”
“YAY!” she said jumping up and down while clapping her hands. “We can be friends!” she said running forward hugging my legs. I smiled and laughed.
“Sure!” I said hugging her back. Dang she was adorable!
“Renesmee! You might want to come back now!” the lady yelled.
“Okay mommy! Bye-bye!” And then she raced back to her mom with frightening speed. I turned around. Okay. Been her less than an hour and I’m already questioning my sanity. That has to be a new record.
After we had moved all our luggage in Casity told me about La Push Beach.
“I don’t like water,” I said crossing my arms.
“But it’ll be pretty!” she argued.
“I don’t like water,” I repeated not budging.
“Pretty please?” she said giving my the puppy eye look. I cracked.
“Fine. But I’m not going near the water.”
“YAY!” she said jumping up and down. I rolled my eyes. Sometimes Casity acts more like a ten year old than a twenty-three year old. I walked out to our car and got in the passenger seat. As we drove to the beach with Casity chattering nonstop, I glared out of the window. I really don’t like water. I mean I REALLY don’t like water. I pulled my black hair back with a red hair tie and let my red bangs fall in my face.
And then we arrived.
“This is SO COOL!” Casity said jumping out of the car. I yawned and slowly got out of the car stretching out. I looked around. It was a beautiful beach, I had to admit. But I still felt uneasy near water. “Come on!” Casity said grabbing my wrist and started to pull me down the beach. I let her take me where ever she wanted to go except when she got too close to the water. I just dug my heels into the ground and glared at her until she pulled me somewhere not close to the water. “Hey Lex, look!” Casity said pointing to a group of guys about halfway down the beach. They were all Indian, probably lived on the reservation. I sighed and looked at the sea again. They were so out of my league. And we continued walking.
“Hi neighbor person!” I heard a small voice yell. I was the girl before. I grinned and she ran over and hugged my legs.
“Hi there!” I said getting on my knees so I could be eye level with her. She smiled again and hugged me.
“Do you remember me?” she said bouncing with excitement.
“Of course I do! You’re my neighbor.”
“Technically you’re my grandpa’s neighbor, but I go there everyday so you really are my neighbor!” she grinned.
“Well, I’m glad to have such an adorable neighbor like you!” I said as she giggled. “What’s your name?”
“Renesmee! What’s your name?” she asked her eyes wide.
“That’s such a cool name!” She yelled.
“I’m glad you think so,” I laughed.
“Why is your hair red?” She said pulling at my hair.
“Because I like red.” And the interrogation went on for a while. She just asked question after question about me. Then her mom, or who I assumed was her mom, walked over.
“I’m sorry, is she troubling you?” she asked picking up a frowning Renesmee.
“Not in the least,” I said getting up. “She’s pretty amazing. Has a better vocabulary than most people in my old school,” I laughed. She laughed a high bell like laugh.
“I’m Bella Cullen,” she said holding her hand out. I shook her hand but almost recoiled because it was so ice cold.
“Pleasure to meet you.” Dang, even her smile was perfect.
“I guess I’ll see you later Renesmee,” I said. She pouted as her mother walked away with her. The Indian boys were looking at us. But there was only one that caught my attention. He was the smallest of the boys, with a kind smiling face with black hair falling over his brown eyes. I could have looked at him forever but Casity broke his spell on me.
“Shall we get moving?” She asked jumpy. Without waiting for an answer she grabbed my wrist and pulled my down the beach almost making me trip a few times. But I couldn’t forget that boy’s face who was he?
“Hey Seth!” Jacob yelled. I ran down the beach to where the rest of the pack was. We were all having a kind of day off where we just hang out and once it gets dark we’ll have a huge barbeque with loads of food. The Cullens were also invited to Leah’s dismay. Bella and Renesmee were already there. Gee, every time I see her she’s a bigger. She now looks about seven or eight years old. She was (obviously) next to Jake who was joking with Bella. I laughed. Some things never change. Then something caught Nessie’s attention, and she got happier, if that was even possible.
“Hi neighbor person!” she yelled running away from Jake. We all watched her go near the water’s edge and hug a teenage girl. She was perfect. She had black hair with side bangs that were red. She was wearing cargo pants, a black T-shirt and black boots. Her eyes were a very pale blue and she was smiling at Renesmee. Renesmee was just talking to her so carefree. I was jealous. Then Bella walked over to get her daughter. I wonder what the Cullens looked like to her. As Bella walked back with Nessie the girl finally looked at me. Her eyes widened and we just stared at each other. I could’ve looked at her forever. But then the other woman she was with grabbed her hand and dragged her down the beach making her nearly trip. I watched her until I couldn’t see her any more.
“Dude,” I said looking at Jake. He slapped me on the back and grinned.
“Yeah dude. You just imprinted.”
Okay i know it's a lot but please tell me if i should continue this fan fic!! Please! Thanks for reading!
Please continue! I can't wait to find out what happens because I'm in need of good Seth imprint story :)
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Chapter 3 Crazy Café (Alexis POV)
Slowly but surely Casity and I settled into our new life. It was the summer, so no need to worry about school, for now anyway. And soon I found my favorite café. I was called the Sunny Café, which always made me laugh because even though it was summer it rained like crazy in Forks. Most days I would go in, get my hot chocolate (I hate coffee. It’s too bitter) and started reading a book. I’m a huge book fanatic, so almost every other day I’d come into the café with a new, thick, book to read. I usually read until about ten or eleven and then I went home to see if Casity needed me for anything while we were fixing up the house. Sometimes I’d even bring her a coffee.
And the best part of the café was that the boy I saw at the beach was there everyday too. We would look at each other sometimes, but never talk. I was too afraid to talk to him. I usually try not to get close to new people. I don’t want to end up hurting them. The other reason was that he always came with a girl of Indian descent, probably his sister, that always glared murderously at me whenever I so much as twitch. So normally I just left them alone, but that made me sad. I really wanted to talk to him. I just, couldn’t.
I was always watching her from a distance. She was probably the coolest person I’d even seen. She’d always come in and she’d always read. And sometimes she’d even look at me! I looked forward to this time every morning where I could just watch her. I recognized a few books she read and I always noticed that they were never non-fictional. Man, if I could just talk to her-. But Leah wouldn’t have it. Almost everyone in the pack has imprinted now and she REALLY doesn’t like it. Every time my imprint looked at me Leah would just glare back and she’d flinch and hide behind her book and wouldn’t look at me for a few days. It was so annoying.
But one day Leah had a less that great idea of how I could get her to talk to me.
“You want to talk to her, yes?” she said annoyed.
“Yes, what are you planning?” I said as she smiled.
“Just grab a towel.”
“Leah! Wait what are you doing?” But she was already halfway to my imprint’s table. And then she fake tripped and spilled coffee all over my imprint!
“Oh my gosh!” she yelled standing up quickly. She didn’t have that much coffee on her, but her book was totally soaked.
“Watch it!” Leah yelled. Looking down at her shirt with had a few drops of coffee on it.
“Leah!” I yelled as I walked towards her.
“What do you mean ‘watch it’? I didn’t do a dang thing! If anyone should be watching it, it should be you,” my imprint said crossing her arms over her chest. Dang, she had guts. I couldn’t even stand up to my sister like that, and I’m a flippin’ wolf. Leah started to shake with rage. Oh, crap. She was way too close to my imprint. I ran forward and grabbed her arm.
“I think you need to step out side for a second,” I said grabbing her arm.
“No, I’ll leave.” My imprint glared at Leah and stormed out of the café. My heart broke a little as I watched her go. I started to shake then.
“Outside, now,” I spit out. After we stormed outside I phased and ran into the forest. I was about to get Leah to phase so I could tell her off. But I saw my imprint sitting on a log looking at her ruined book. She sighed and started to air out the pages. Then her phone rang. I made sure I was hidden and watched her. She fumbled with her purse until she finally found her phone and accepted the call.
“Yeah?” she said. She truly had a voice of an angel.
“Alex? Hey I was wondering if you could maybe pick me up a coffee. Please?” said the voice on the other line. Alex. That was her name. How pretty. She sighed and shook her head.
“How ‘bout tomorrow?” she answered with her hand over her face.
“Why? Did something happen? What’s wrong?!”
“Gees, Casity! Calm down! Just got in a little-uh-argument with one of the other regulars at the café. No biggie.” Yeah, right. Ugh. I’m going to kill Leah. “I’ll see you at home, ‘kay?”
“Yeah, ‘kay. You be careful okay?”
“Okay! Geez, what are you? My mother?” She laughed.
“You miss her a lot don’t you?” Alex froze.
“See you at home Casity.” And she hung up and started to walk towards me. Oh crap! What now. What’ll she do when she sees me? She stopped and stared straight ahead.
“I know you’re there. Come out.” For a moment I thought she was talking to me. Then a booming laughter echoed from the trees behind Alex. She spun around and stared at the trees with no expression on her face. “Hello, Christopher.”
“Hello sweet Alex,” said the voice. Its owner was a tall teenage boy who was pale and had bond hair. The hair that was around his face was electric blue. He walked towards Alex but she started to back up balling her hands into fists and putting them in front of her as if she was ready to fight.
“Back off,” she said through gritted teeth. He just laughed.
“Sweetheart, don’t be like that.” Suddenly he was in front of her. He touched her hands (that REALLY ticked me off) and her arms were incased in ice.
You left me hanging!!
I'm totally hooked and btw I love your title because of the irony behind it :)
All right guys! short chapter!!! Hope you all like it!!!!
Chapter 4: Fire and Ice (Seth POV)
I stared at them in amazement. Her arms were not just covered in ice. They were covered in ice at least two inches thick.
“Have I gotten any better?” Christopher said coming closer to her. He stroked her hair making frost on it. I was about to snap and rip his guts out through his nose but I never got the change to. Alex’s arms burst into flames and the ice melted instantly. I watched in horror as my imprint burned but then the fire died down and I saw that there were no burn marks on her exposed arms. There were still tiny flames that circled her hands.
“Nope,” she said, “You haven’t gotten better in the slightest." She gave a small smile and the Christopher guy started to laugh.
“Oh, but I have!” Ice soon started to form around him until they were spears. Alex smiled and said,
“Hit me with your best shot.” The ice spears went at her so fast even I couldn’t have gotten to her in time. But it didn’t have to worry. As soon as the spears were launched she put her hand in front of her and snapped her fingers. The result of this was that all the spears burst into flames and melted. Christopher looked at the melted spears in horror.
“You see, Chris,” Alex said in a threatening voice as she slowly walked towards him. He backed up so quickly he stumbled sometimes. “I’ve gotten better also.” She stopped moving and glared at him, her fingers ready to snap. “You stay away from here. Or I will fry you.” And she turned around and started to walk away. Christopher sat there in the mud and glared at Alex.
“You’re a monster!” he screamed. Alex stopped. “How can your aunt bear to even look at you? How can you even bear to look at yourself? Fire does nothing but destroy and kill! No one will ever truly love you! NEVER!” There was silence. It then started to rain. And Alex started to laugh.
“I can’t even look at myself sometimes, I don’t know how my aunt can stay with me,” she started to answer. She turned her face up so the heavy rain could drench her face. “And I know no one will ever love me. Never.” And she walked away. I stared at her walk away. And I started to follow her. Christopher saw me and I growled as loud as I could at him. He just squeaked and scampered away. I caught up to Alex and nudged her with my nose. She spun around her fingers ready to snap, and then she saw it was me. She smiled and lowered her hand as she relaxed.
“I guess you saw everything,” she whispered as she reached up to pat my head. I lowered my head eagerly. I was in heaven as she patted my head and ran her hand through my fur. “Do you hate me?” she asked looking at her feet. How could anyone hate her? She’s-special, but that doesn’t mean you should hate her. I nudged her again with my nose. She looked up and smiled. “I guess if you’re still here that’s a no.” And then she sneezed. I finally remembered it was raining. I motioned for her to get on my back. She stared at me. I did it again. “You want me to ride you?” I nodded. “And you somehow understand English?” I chuckled and nodded again. She shrugged. “Sure.” I was about to lower as far as I could onto the ground but she ran at a tree, kicked off from it and landed neatly on my back. “Not to heavy am I?” I shook my head. Like I’ve said before, she’s perfect.
I ran straight to her house. She laughed as she got down. I looked at her. “How do you know where I live?” she laughed. Oh right. I’ve been patrolling here for the past few weeks to make sure she’d be okay. She laughed, again. “Well, thanks for everything, especially not running away.” And she walked towards her house. Thank you for being perfect I thought. And then I ran away to do my patrol.
Christopher is mean and Alex needs to have more confidence in herself hopefully when Seth and her get together she will learn that.
I like her attitude when she said "Stay away from me or I'll fry you"